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School is out- What to do now?

Chloe Geary and McKenzie Connell, Staff Writers
June 7, 2017
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Now that CMR has let out for the year, we’ll have to figure out some things to occupy our time with this summer. Whether you want to walk around the Art Museum or go out for a hike, the things to do in Great Falls are endless. Here’s a few options, or come up with something on your own! June: 24, 25, 26 -  Fort ...

Office aid excited to make summer memories

Office aid excited to make summer memories

Grace Carr and Holly Spragg
May 31, 2017
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Summer opens up opportunity to spend more time doing the things we love. For C.M. Russell High School office aid, Cindy Carinci, this warm part of the year will consist of grandchildren and floating. “I’m entertaining my grandkids from Washington state,” she said. Carinci will be hosting h...

Rustlers possess hidden talents at CMR

Rustlers possess hidden talents at CMR

Emilee Vang, Savannah Duke, and Sarah Sylva
May 31, 2017
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C. M.Russell High School has many talented people. Many of those people share their talents with the school, making it an even better place. Jamie Williams is a librarian at CMR high school. She has been working at the high school for four years now and enjoys every minute of it. When asked how long she ...

Two different backgrounds love the same thing

Two different backgrounds love the same thing

Mikaila Dern and Sophie Kluge
May 31, 2017
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Ricky Fulbright is a senior at C.M.Russell High School and is more than just a regular student. Fulbright has been part of the National Guard for two to three years and sees himself continuing in the Guard for a while. He is very passionate about what he does in the National Guard. “I like to ...

Agostinelli switches from engineering to teaching

Agostinelli switches from engineering to teaching

Jalyn Lundy and Sarah Adams
May 31, 2017
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When it comes to teaching, most teachers know that it is what they are going to do from a young age, but Joe Agostinelli took a detour before he landed at Charles M. Russell High School.   “I set myself up nicely after high school to go into the engineering program in Bozeman, Montana,” Agos...

Coaching in Color Guard and credit recovery

Coaching in Color Guard and credit recovery

Ayla Cartwright and Kassidy Gates-Yost
May 31, 2017
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Velma Jordan has been an outstanding teacher and Color Guard coach who continues working after 37 years. Her favorite thing about C.M.Russell High School is watching her students grow. Although she said she cannot stand the students who procrastinate. She helps students who need credit recovery to give them a seco...

High school band will never be the same

Chloe Geary, Staff Writer
May 26, 2017
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Both of the high school band teachers in the district will change next year. At CMR, Russ Kellogg will be replaced by Chris Kloker, who’s been teaching in Dillon, Mont. for more than a decade.   Cece Grasseschi, a junior flute player said, “I’m not sure how next year will end up going. ...

Student Body Officers share their goals for the new school year

Isaiah Vang, Online Editor
May 26, 2017
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It has come to the end of one generation but a start for a new one. Student Body President Nico Sanchez, Vice-President Julia Gremaux, and Treasurer/Secretary Cole Strong are ready to fulfill their role as student body officers and can’t wait to put the work into making CMR a great school. “I wa...

Ayana Gray to study at MIT for six weeks

Ayana Gray to study at MIT for six weeks

May 11, 2017
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Just about as soon as the CMR student body bids the school farewell for the summer on June 8, junior Ayana Gray will be boarding a flight to Boston, where she will spend six weeks studying at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the MITES program -- Minority Introduction to Engineering...

My taste of sunshine

McKenzie Connell, Staff Writer
March 28, 2017
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  Jumping into the pool while imagining my fellow students at school slaving away was definitely a bonus to my week-long vacation. The weather change wasn’t that bad either. Going from the frigid 40’s, to the blistering 80’s led to an exciting and wet week. Every single day I was in a swimsuit enjoyin...

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